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Must Watch: Grouper Swallows Shark Feeding on Swordfish

Nature is metal. Just when you thought the wolverine carrying a decapitated goat head was savage, check out what’s happening in the ocean. NOAA recently documented a swarm of sharks feasting on a swordfish. The dinner buffet is going well until a grouper shows up and snatches one of the unsuspecting sharks like a lion on the Serengeti. Yikes. Wanna go snorkeling now?

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A**hole Uses National Park As Personal Driving Range
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A**hole Uses National Park As Personal Driving Range

A**hole Uses National Park As Personal Driving Range

You’re an a**hole. More specifically, you’re an a**hole on a road trip across the U.S. You’re hitting each National Park, one by one, and gradually getting more and more disappointed by how underdeveloped they are. “The closest Dennys is sixty miles away!?” you lament incredulously. Now, you’ve made it to Glacier National Park and lo and behold, you’re stuck in traffic. RELATED: Three Rescued As Car Plunges Off Glacier’s “Going-To-The-Sun” Road “There are way too many tourists here,” you

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Unguided Rafters Accidentally Flip Over Pennsylvania Waterfall
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Unguided Rafters Accidentally Flip Over Pennsylvania Waterfall

Unguided Rafters Accidentally Flip Over Pennsylvania Waterfall

Six amateur rafters are lucky to be alive after accidentally floating over a waterfall in Pennsylvania's Ohiopyle State Park. The waterfall is a 'no-boating zone,' marked by a number of upstream signs warning boaters of the downstream falls. Unfortunately, the rafters didn't see the signs until it was too late, according to Pittsburgh's WTAE. RELATED: Man Dies After Drowning Incident at BSR Cable Park "We fortunately got all six of them fairly quickly. The great thing about it is, just

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Man Falls 200 Feet From Maroon Peak
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Man Falls 200 Feet From Maroon Peak

Man Falls 200 Feet From Maroon Peak

A 61 year old man climbing Colorado’s 14,163-foot Maroon Peak fell 200 feet to his death last Wednesday. After successfully summiting the peak via the Standard Route, the man was approximately 1,563 feet below the summit when he fell. The two climbers accompanying him attempted CPR, but were unsuccessful while a fourth member of the party, who had turned back before the summit, hiked out to alert search and rescue. SAR began their search at 9 p.m. and encountered the two remaining climbers